Though the woman has the upper hand in terms of age, she is often a conquest for the virile dude., out March 11, doesn't exactly engage with those tropes.
We won't spoil whether or not Doris and John end up together, but ahead we look at some other movies featuring the age gap you're not used to seeing.(2000)This isn't a romance so much as it is a movie about the obsession, and the way younger people often turn older people into symbols.
In Amy Schumer's "Last Fuckable Day" sketch, Sally Field is a punch line.
Like the other people in his town, he's fascinated by her. (2016)You can spend the entire movie trying to figure out the relationship between Florence Foster Jenkins (Meryl Streep) and her devoted (and younger) husband, St. He clearly loves her, but also spends each evening with another woman, whom he loves too. This is the movie of a crush, and the extreme, endearing measures Doris takes to keep John in her life.(2009)It's the turn of the century in France, and clearly mothers have a more...involved relationship with their sons' sexual maturing.Kristen Stewart and Stella Maxwell have been dating for over a year, but it doesn’t seem the honeymoon period has ended just yet.The couple were adorable as ever as they enjoyed a dinner date with friends in Hollywood.Jennifer Aniston starred in this indie as Justine, a depressed 30-year-old retail clerk.Saddled with an unhappy marriage, Justine engages in an affair with new employee Holden (Jake Gyllenhaal).